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Deadpool: The MF’n Movie

posted by gigaheart March 28, 2016 0 comments
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Deadpool has been near and dear to my heart for many years. I was probably the least excited to get a Deadpool movie. With Nerd-dom being so prolific at the moment, almost bombarded with superhero everything, I didn’t want Deadpool to become some trendy asshole. I thought, “Just let me have this one thing.” That being said, the studio couldn’t have picked a better character to illustrate how badass an R-rated comic movie really can be. It’s the right time for the comic industry.

First and foremost, you don’t need to know a damn thing about Wade Wilson to dig the Deadpool movie. DP is a wise-cracking, foul-mouthed, zeroest-fucks-giving character driven to make money, eat chimichangas, and straight up bust some ass; ever so often breaking the fourth wall to acknowledge the viewer (and reader).

If you don’t have a damn clue about Wade Wilson, that’s no problem. The movie does a pretty solid job explaining Deadpool’s origins mostly based on his actual Bio. There’s absolute hilarity that is rife with f-bombs, colorful adjectives, and awful imagery of avocados personifed as sexual beings – not to mention inspired gratuitous violence and superior martial artsy ass-kicking intertwined with pew pew booty bullet time. Deadpool is an onscreen force to be reckoned with.

One of the few doubts that turned out to be a pleasant surprise was Negasonic Teenage Warhead, literally named for the Monster Magnet song. I liked the character reincarnation, which ditched her comic powers and went for more something aptly suited to her name. The addition of this character seemed out of left field at first until I realized the studio needed a lesser known persona not already on hold for production. Good job on that one.

Piotr Rasputin, aka Colossus, was the guy I looked most forward to seeing. His hulking outward appearance does well to hide his gentle demeanor, but he looks awesome kicking the shit out of whomever has the misfortune of pissing him off. The CGI effects for Colossus are not bad at all.

Gina Carano as the tough-as-titanium-tits, match-chewing Angel Dust, breaks out a giant can of whoop-ass throughout the film as henchwoman to Ajax.

The main bad dude himself, Ajax, was surprisingly well-suited to Ed Skrein. He did the part justice, especially going head to head with Deadpool. The fighty fighty blood time between Ajax and Deadpool is almost romantic. I don’t mean to say they get it on, though Wade does his share of boy flirting. The two are pretty in sync when it comes to trying to murder each other’s faces.

Vanessa Carlyle, Wade’s lovey dove boo-thang, played by the lovely Morena Baccarin, sadly did not have enough backstory fluff; however that’s great news if the movies flesh out her character more in the future. Nevertheless an excellent choice, because Vanessa is a whole helluva lot more.

The story held together, coming to an open-ended pause, leaving a great opening for a sequel in what could be the best franchise if Fox keeps their shit together. (Comic nerds, imagine Taskmaster and MF’n Cable.)

Oh wait, I’m sure you were hoping for a review of Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool. It’s Ryan Fucking Reynolds. Of course he was fucking badass. Don’t even question.

All in all a solid start. This film is definitely not for kids under at least 15, unless you’re just cool with them watching people boning for several scenes, tons of sex jokes, and nakey strip club boobies. If young kids wanna watch Deadpool, load up on the new Ultimate ass Spider-man cartoon. It’s one of the few friendly neighborhood Deadpool incarnations and the show is seriously cool. Kids can wait on this movie, since there’s a thousand damn superhero films projected to come out until we’re old as hell.

Also I have one word for you: Bob.